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Heya, I'M Getting This Error In Clearml-Serving-Triton Using The Helm Chart:

Heya, I'm getting this error in clearml-serving-triton using the helm chart:

CLEARML_SERVING_TASK_ID=8962...
CLEARML_TRITON_POLL_FREQ=1.0
CLEARML_TRITON_METRIC_FREQ=1.0
CLEARML_TRITON_HELPER_ARGS=
CLEARML_EXTRA_PYTHON_PACKAGES=
clearml-serving - Nvidia Triton Engine Controller
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "clearml_serving/engines/triton/triton_helper.py", line 540, in <module>
    main()
  File "clearml_serving/engines/triton/triton_helper.py", line 510, in main
    serving_task = ModelRequestProcessor._get_control_plane_task(task_id=args.inference_task_id)
  File "/root/clearml/clearml_serving/serving/model_request_processor.py", line 1257, in _get_control_plane_task
    raise ValueError("Could not find any valid Control Tasks")
ValueError: Could not find any valid Control Tasks
  
  
Posted one year ago
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Nope! The helm chart sets up all the infrastructure to run everything. What exactly to run is decided using the clearml-serving CLI. Using it, you can swap out models, setup A/B testing of different versions, do canary rollouts etc. But the HELM stack is there only to run what you defined using the CLI

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi! Have you run clearml-serving create ... first? Usually you'd make what's called a "control plane task" first, that will hold all your configuration. Step 4 in the initial setup instructions is where you'll find it!

  
  
Posted one year ago

From any computer that has ClearML serving installed. It is simply used to submit configurations, not actually run anything. Please refer to the step by step setup here for more info 🙂

  
  
Posted one year ago

I'm using the helm chart, is that not part of it?

  
  
Posted one year ago

where do i run clearml-serving then?

  
  
Posted one year ago

thanks!

  
  
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